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ORANGE REGIONAL MUSEUM, ORANGE. Celebrating the career of a remarkable Orange sportsman, this exhibiton features rarely seen photographs, film footage and sporting memorabilia.
BATHURST REGIONAL ART GALLERY, BATHURST. In February 2019, Lismore-based Wiradjuri artist Karla Dickens was invited to collaborate with Bruce Pascoe as part of a project called An Artist, A Farmer & a Scientist Walk into a Bar. The project was initiated by the Kandos School of Cultural Adaptation, an organisation committed to supporting creative practices that respond to cultural change across a broad range of disciplines. The work that Dickens and Pascoe produced, Mother’s Little Helpers, focused on the urgent need to protect and conserve the land and to cease the many destructive practices that are threatening our environment.
BATHURST REGIONAL ART GALLERY, BATHURST. On the afternoon of Sunday 10 June 1838, a group of eleven convicts and ex-convict stockmen led by a squatter, brutally slaughtered a group of twenty-eight Aboriginal men, women and children who were camped peacefully at the station of Myall Creek in the New England region. 180 years after these events a group of Indigenous contemporary artists created works which explore the issues and complexities of this significant historic event and its aftermath locally and nationally
BATHURST REGIONAL ART GALLERY, BATHURST. Bathurst based artists Colin Fenn and Karin Smith have been collaborating for over a decade, both working within sculpture and bronze casting. Each artist has developed their own unique style and approach to figurative bronze; an artistic tradition stretching back thousands of years.
BATHURST REGIONAL ART GALLERY, BATHURST. Paddy Fordham Wainburranga (1932 - 2006) was a dancer, painter, printmaker, sculptor of the Dhuwa moiety and Rembarrnga mythologies dreaming, born at Bandibu (or Bamdibu/ Bumdubu) (in Arnhem Land, the Northern Territory, Australia). Wainburranga’s painted and printed subject matter includes ancestral stories as well as political and social changes experienced, and incorporates iconography from both Aboriginal and European cultures. He painted, printed and sculpted spirit figures such as the Balangjangalan Spirit, an ancestral spirit, and Mimi Spirits.
MUDGEE ARTS PRECINCT, MUDGEE. The inaugural exhibition’Stories from Homedale’ by @guy_maestri will be opening to the public on 7 August as scheduled but in a COVID-safe environment.
JUMBLED, ORANGE. Amanda is a Wiradjuri artist from Wagga Wagga who uses art to express her thoughts and values. This exhibition, 'The Matriarch' explores every aspect of the modern woman - from the mental burden to the dynamic of friendships.
CORNER STORE GALLERY, ORANGE. In this most recent collection, Jason presents a delightful portrait series of his orphan animals - Loppy the kangaroo, Squeaker the magpie, Holly the honeyeater and Little Pipit. All rescued on the farm, they soon ingratiated into both home and heart providing pure talent for a quick photographer. We follow their free for all amongst the memorabilia of the lovingly restored Shearer’s Cottage Jason calls home. The stylised monochromatic compositions contrasted with colourful vintage objects and fresh cut flowers from his garden lead us to examine nostalgic notions of childhood, memory, colour and play
GRENFELL ART GALLERY, GRENFELL. This exhibition presents subjective, observational and conceptual interpretations of the natural environment through painting, drawing, textiles and mixed media.
ORANGE REGIONAL MUSEUM, ORANGE. This collaboration between the Orange Regional Museum and the Orange & District Historical Society melds large-scale historical images with toys and familiar objects from the era, multimedia presentations and hands-on interactives for young ones and the young at heart.
COWRA REGIONAL ART GALLERY, COWRA. The Calleen Art Award is a major Gallery event and a favourite annual exhibition with Cowra and district audiences and visitors to the region. This celebrated acquisitive art prize is open to original contemporary paintings in any style or subject and its ongoing development as a nationally significant and prestigious art award is due to the support of the Calleen Trust providing prize money of $25,000 for 2021.
MUDGEE. Sculptures in the Garden is an exciting event that combines garden design, large scale Australian sculpture and traditional art mediums in beautiful rural surroundings within a private garden and vineyard in Mudgee
GANG GANG GALLERY, LITHGOW. Adrift is a collaborative exhibition focused on the amazing array of twisted, burnt, dented, discolored, and gnarled wood that gets washed onto the shores every day. Every piece has its own personality and has been shaped by its journey through storms, currents, tides, and bushfires
LITHGOW. The Lithgow Arts Trail consists of a two-weekend event from 6th November to the 14th November celebrating open studios run by artisans and artists in Hartley, Kanimbla, Lithgow, and Portland.
BATHURST. A monthly open house of local Bathurst artists’ galleries, studios, cafes etc. The Trail runs on the first full weekend of every month, 10am to 4pm, with free entry to all studios.Go to www.bathurstartstrail.com for all the information you need to create your very own itinerary.
OBERON. The Skoberon Art Prize aims to celebrate & appreciate the design & function of Skoda & Tatra vehicles through artistic expression. Enter for a chance to have your work added to Museum's permanent collection. This year's theme is Skoda & Tatra cars
COWRA REGIONAL ART GALLERY, COWRA. The 19th annual UpstART Exhibition and Awards showcases the work of regional students in Stages 5 and 6, encompassing a broad range of styles and subjects. The exhibition includes experimental and creative approaches to painting, ceramics, mixed media, photography and sculpture
BATHURST. This WW2 Exhibition will consist of 'Snapshots of World War 2' - 600 enlarged photos of soldiers in action, battlefields, training, the home front, Bathurst Army Camp, etc. There will also be the 'Wall of Valour' - Over 130 enlarged photos of World War 2 Service Men and Women with an association with Bathurst who enlisted and served, over 2000 photos in all.
GANG GANG GALLERY, LITHGOW. Where Mountains Meet Infinity explores our relationship with mountains as we traverse over them and how they impact our sense of space, time and perspective. Bringing together three exceptional Australian artists who use nature to influence their works of art: Fibre Artist Catriona Pollard Ceramist Michelle Perrett, and painter and printmaker Gary Shinfield
GANG GANG GALLERY, LITHGOW. A group exhibition showcasing a collection of masters in their field in this dynamic and thought-provoking show
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